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Arona brings together the educational community, police and Civil Guard …

Arona reúne a comunidad educativa, policía y Guardia Civil para reforzar la seguridad en el entorno de los centros

Arona brings together the educational community, police and Civil Guard …

Take stock of safety in the surroundings of the educational centers of Arona and prepare actions for the beginning of the next course in September. That is the objective of the meeting of the School Safety Commission that took place today, convened by the Councilor for Education of the City Council, Leopoldo Díaz Oda, as head of the Municipal Plan for Drug Addiction.

In this meeting of the commission have participated, in addition to Diaz Oda himself, the councilors of Citizen Participation and Security, José Antonio Reverón and Carolina Reverón, respectively, as well as representatives of Local and National police, Civil Guard, directors and directors of the IESs Ichasagua, Arona, Las Galletas, Guaza and Cabo Blanco and municipal technicians of the Unit of Attention to the Minor and the Family of the Board of Social Services, of the Department of Education and of the Municipal Unit of Attention to Drug Addictions.

During the meeting the actions that, throughout the course, have been developed against the "retail" and the consumption of drugs in the environment of the educational centers have been analyzed, responding in this way, to the Master Plan for the Coexistence and Improvement of Safety in Educational Centers and their Environments.

The representatives of the educational field exposed the positive collaboration that they have had on the part of the State's security forces and bodies with their presence at times of entry and exit, as well as the actions that both the National Police and the Civil Guard have developed against the Internet risks and "cyberbullying", giving information about all these issues in the classrooms, at the same time proposing training on gender violence and hate crimes.

All and all of them expressed their desire to continue with the work of this commission and to continue counting on the presence and support of the State security forces which, as explained by the Councilor for Education, "gives confidence to families and the whole of the educational community, in addition to guaranteeing the safety of our daughters and sons ".

News source: http://www.arona.org Vai all’articolo originale

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